As an actor, you win some and you lose some.
And as an audience, it’s perfectly normal to forget who’s won in the past, that is, unless they gave an epic, arm hair-raising speech, did something funny or controversial, or tripped on their way up to the microphone.
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When the two names Abraham Lincoln and Steven Spielberg are put together, it’s easy to imagine extended battle scenes beneath iron-gray skies, deeds of derring do, death and honor exquisitely edited to somber, elegiac music by John Williams.
But there’s very little of that in Lincoln, a verbally dense drama played out in offices… More »